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Exhibition Examines Clothing as a Material in Art

September 28, 2015
Communications Staff
Framed fabric on display
Photo credit: Jeong Hyun Hwang

On display at the Allen Memorial Art Museum through December 13, Body Proxy: Clothing in Contemporary Art examines contemporary approaches to clothing as a material in art. The exhibition highlights works by 30 international artists, including Joseph Beuys, First Thursday Speaker Jim Dine, Leonardo Drew, and Doris Salcedo.

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